Hello beauties! The closer with get to the holiday, the more stressed out we become. We all know what stress can do to our stress , which is why I recommend Microneedling. Microneedling, which is also referred to as micro-needling, is a procedure which uses tiny needles to puncture the skin in an effort to cause healing processes within the body to trigger. If you are considering undergoing a microneedling procedure you should know that one popular form of microneedling in called Dermaroller because the needles are arranged on a roller device. Other options include Derma-stamps and Derma-pens. Here are some other things you need to know about microneedling before you try it.
The outer layer of your skin is called the epidermis, and that is the layer that microneedling can treat. By creating tiny holes in your epidermis, the microneedling device can convince your body that it needs to make more skin-strengthening collagen. As the new collagen is formed and distributed evenly the tiny bit of damage from the microneedling procedure itself is repaired, as is some existing damage, such as mild scarring on the skin’s surface.
Microneedling works in a similar way to most types of skin care medical equipment because it focuses on triggering internal healing. However, not all lasers and microneedling devices can treat the same skin conditions. For example, many laser devices are capable of treating all skin layers or only lower layers, while microneedling is limited to treating only the surface or just below the surface, depending on the length of the needles used. Needle lengths used in microneedling typically range from 0.5mm to 2.0mm with longer needles performing more intense treatments.
If you intend to have microneedling procedures done in a clinical setting then you should know that the costs can vary depending on the size of the treatment area, intensity of treatment, and number of appointments you schedule. However, those costs are typically lower than many forms of laser treatment on a per-appointment basis.
Additionally, it is important to note that, unlike intensive laser treatments, you can actually perform microneedling procedures on your own skin in the comfort of your home. All you have to do is buy a microneedling kit, which typically costs approximately $30 and lasts for up to six months.
One reason why microneedling is so popular is that it can be performed on almost any part of the body and in almost any geographic location. While you can go to a clinic to have it done, you can also opt to use an at-home microneedling device on the go if your schedule is hectic. The versatility of use means that you can easily squeeze treatments in between other obligations.
Clinical microneedling procedures are quite safe when performed by trained professionals. In fact, clinical microneedling is much safer than many other types of clinical skin treatment. That is especially true for people with allergies to certain chemicals or skin conditions which may make them prone to skin discoloration or burns from lasers. Microneedling tools pose no such threats because the heat produced by them is minimal and they do not involve the use of harsh chemicals.
At-home microneedling, however, poses a slightly higher risk of skin infections than clinical procedures. Therefore, if you intend to perform a microneedling procedure on yourself, you must make sure the device is kept in a clean, sterile environment. You must also follow the included instructions carefully.
Short and Long-Term Results of Microneedling
The short-term impact of microneedling on your skin may not be immediately noticeable. It may take three or four microneedling sessions before changes are evident. As for the long-term impact of microneedling, you may find that future treatments are required, since skin issues can return or completely new skin issues may develop.